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Native American Heritage Month

Throughout November the Native American Program, Indian Arts Program & Speel-Ya Native American Club work together to organize several events throughout the month to celebrate Indigenous culture & history.


Fall 2019 Native American Heritage Month

Events from Fall 2019 Native American Heritage Month (NAHM)

  • Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness.
    • The Native American Program partnered with Title IX and Shelter From the Storm to bring awareness to this national epidemic that affects Native Women & their families. The community donated red dresses that were hung around campus to raise awareness and to bring issues that affect our Native student to campus.
    • Collaborated with Nightingale Gallery, Title IX, Shelter From the Storm & ASEOU to host a movie night showing Wind River. The next morning there was a coffee hour conversation hosted in the Nightingale Gallery with refreshments provided by ASEOU.
  • Group Visit to Tamastslikt Cultural Institute on the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
  • Group Trapshooting with the EOU Trapshooting Club.
  • Beaded Necklace workshop with Sequoia Conner.
  • Cultural Painting Night. Indian Arts & the EOU Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted a Painting Night in the Residence Halls.
  • Rock Your Mocs! November 15th everyone rocked their mocs on campus.


Photo Gallery Fall 2019